One thing’s for sure, there’s no shortage of things to do in Estes Park. Each year, more than three million visitors flock to see the spectacular views of the snow-capped Rockies. Wild flowers, big game like deer, elk and black bears and cold streams remind people of the pristine country that most city-dwellers never see. If hiking is what you’re after, Rocky Mountain National Park has countless miles of back country trails where you can go for days without seeing another soul. Or perhaps you’re more interested in fishing. Did you know that the mighty Colorado River’s headwaters are found here, in the Park? Imagine being able to step across the same river that forged the Grand Canyon. Well, you can. Plus you can catch brook trout and even the Colorado State Fish, the Greenback Cutthroat Trout. After many years of rehabilitation, the endangered fish has seen resurgence.
Maybe you’re just looking for a little relaxation. The cool mountain breeze blowing through the pines is so calming as you sit on the deck of your condo overlooking the valley below. If you’re looking for this kind of lodging Estes Park is right for you. Click on over to our accommodations page to see a full selection of the possibilities. As the official website of the Estes Area Lodging Association, you’ll find listings for virtually all of the lodging options in the area. We look forward to seeing you soon.